Great Oak Manor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... situation. "People cite fear of persecution because of ethnicity or religious beliefs or, in the case of journalists, human rights activists and among intellectuals, due to their activities or professions. Others say they could no longer keep their businesses open," UNHCR spokesman Adrian Edwards told journalists in Geneva. Eugenia found she could no longer keep the family business open after violence overtook Mariupol earlier this month. She ...
Woke up ready to meet Tristan at the bus stop for half 9 whilst Saz was at lectures however, just before leaving Saz informed me that his megabus was an hour late. Saz came back from lectures and had some breakfast then we went down to meet Tristan after predicting what time he would arrive. Tristan was quite tired after his 12 hour coach drive from Toronto so we headed back to ...
... partly to avoid turnpike tolls. I admit this often turns out well. He's much less attached to a 'plan' than me and his spontaneity has brought some good adventures. We ended up visiting Nemacolin which I had never seen, despite it's proximity to Pittsburgh. Enjoyed seeing the art throughout the resort, the off-road jeep course (might try someday), and ate wonderful crab cakes - - which you'd think we would have ordered in ...
... the bigger the beer gut the better, as the extra support helps with taking bigger breaths! I guess tuba players must be the biggest pros of all, Hugh!? Anyway where was I? On yeah, the weather! I was telling you that I think Germany is telling me something with its weather, even now with the rain spitting at my window. It is as if it is saying to me, " Laura! Dear Laura! Please don't leave! Can you see my tears?" The last few days have been many sweet goodbyes with my ...
... and rode a bus whose driver introduced himself as Barack Obama. Apparently the day before he was George Bush. It was soooo hot that day that there were sprinklers set up in a few places so people could cool off in the mist! Funny story, Mom and Dad, Tamber and I, split up at some point to see what we wanted to see on the National Mall with the time we had left. Somehow Tamber and I managed to lose each other in the Air and Space museum. No biggie, right? ...